Auping Noa bed winner of the Archiproducts Design Awards
The jury of the 2021 Archiproducts Design Awards has declared Auping Noa the winner in the category furniture.
The Archiproducts Design Awards are an initiative of Archiproducts. With more than 230.000 products, 3.500 design brands and 2.7 million users, Archiproducts is the largest information and inspiration network for architecture and design in the world. It is a “permanent virtual exhibition of architecture and design” that connects the world of international brands, designers, architects, resellers, manufacturers and buyers together with trade shows, news and events.
After evaluating over 750 submissions from all over the world, the winners of the 2021 Archiproducts Design Awards have been revealed. The winning entries stood out for their unique concept and represent the excellence in creativity, technology and research. The jury of the 2021 Archiproducts Design Awards consists of a multidisciplinary group of architects, designers, creative directors, photographers and professionals versed in eco-design and sustainable design. They assess the products on functional design aspects as well as innovativeness, sustainability and aesthetics.
“I am very honored that Auping Noa is awarded as winner of the 2021 Archiproducts Design Awards.
Designing Noa for Auping has been a fantastic experience. I appreciate that Auping – while focusing on sustainable production – never compromises when it comes to quality. Making sustainable, high quality beds is not an easy thing to do. Congratulations to the whole Auping team – you believed in Noa and worked hard to make an impeccable realization of my design vision.“
– Eva Harlou, designer of the Auping Noa bed.
Auping Noa is a graceful bed made of very solid beechwood with oak veneer. It has an airy design and is guaranteed to look beautiful in every bedroom. With its simple shapes, clever details and natural materials, the bed is a modern, sustainable interpretation of classic Scandinavian design.
Noa is designed by the Danish architect and designer Eva Harlou who graduated from the Aarhus School of Architecture in 2003. Her Scandinavian eye for shapes, functionality and beauty is reflected in all her designs.